List grade: 1
List number: 1025137
Tyne & Wear HER: 107
Grid ref: NZ1855759920

Old Hollinside


A 13th Century fortified manor house. Old Hollinside is a substantial ruin on the edge of the River Derwent valley, located just over a mile south-west of Whickham. The manor house was owned by the Harding family from the 15th century until the 18th century, when in 1730, it became part of the Gibside estate of the Bowes family.[1] Old Hollinside is Grade I listed. 

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Hollinside Manor

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OLD HOLLINSIDE
- "Fortified Manor House. Possibly C13. Sandstone rubble; coursed squared sandstone lower part. Quoins, larger in lower sections. Plan: hall with small chamber at south-west, larger chambers at south-east and north- ...

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South elevation of Old Hollinside

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Front elevation of Old Hollinside

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Old Hollinside

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Tyne and Wear HER(107): Whickham, Old Hollinside
- "When first built, perhaps in the 13th century, the house was an oblong, 16.15 x 6.65 metres externally, with walls 0.90 metres thick, with 2 rooms (hall ...

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OLD HOLLINSIDE
- "Old Hollinside is a well-preserved example of a medieval fortified hall house in a prominent position and will provide evidence on the evolution of fortified medieval complexes. The monument has ...

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Gibside
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Gibside
- Overview About Gibside Map Street View Gibside estate Gibside is a country estate, set amongst the peaks and slopes of the Derwent Valley, between Rowlands Gill, Tyne and Wear and ...

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